Contribution to the 20th annual conference of Central European Political Science Association: “Security Architecture in CEE: Present Threats and Prospects for Cooperation”

Vilnius, a capital of Lithuania, is a host of The 20th Annual Conference of Central European Political Science Association: “Security Architecture in CEE: Present Threats and Prospects for Cooperation” […]

Reading book review “Bombs for Peace: NATO’s Humanitarian War on Yugoslavia” for the credit course: “Balkan Nationalism and Ethnic Conflicts”

In Bombs for Peace, George Szamuely, a senior research fellow at the Global Policy Institute at London Metropolitan University, has produced a revealing and sharply argued analysis of Western intervention in the Balkan wars of the 1990s […]

Reading article for the credit course: “Global Politics: Theories, International Relations & Security”: “US Destabilization Policy Toward The Middle East: A Historical Perspective”

Iraq and Afghanistan represent the twilight of Pax Americana, the last vestiges of an imperial democracy operating on a foreign policy based on a predominantly Protestant missionary pretext about the White Anglo-Saxon Christians […]

ERASMUS + Program credit course: “Global Politics: Theories, International Relations & Security” (see course description)

This course examines the main issues of the discipline of global politics and their interdependence: theories, international relations, foreign policy, power, hegemony, war, peace, human rights, minority rights, humanitarian intervention, security, international organizations, governance and globalization […]

Reading article for the credit course “Global Politics: Theories, International Relations & Security”: “The Geopolitics of American Global Decline: Washington Versus China in the Twenty-First Century”

As the fulcrum for Washington’s strategic perimeter around the world island, the Persian Gulf region has for nearly 40 years been the site of constant American intervention, overt and covert […]